The main attraction of this pretty resort during the summer is its close proximity to the beautiful mountain ranges of the area. There are plenty of opportunities to explore, with walking and mountain biking being two of the main attractions. If you prefer something more low key there is also fishing available, as well as pretty paths for simply ambling along and stopping off for a picnic. Home to some interesting museums and an insight into the history and culture of the region, guests will find plenty to keep them fascinated during their stay.
For a complete guide to visiting Vaujany during the summer, visit our summer guide.
With farming families having lived in this pretty town for generations, guests have plenty of opportunities to try some delicious French dishes, made with organic produce grown in the local area. Famous for its farms, which produce butter, milk, honey, delicious French cheeses and a local liquor made using local Alpine flowers, a trip to see the animals is a must.
Alternatively, head into the mountains on your own, or book a guided walking tour during your stay. Tennis, archery and fishing are all great ways to get outdoors, while the Verney Dam is just 5km away and offers a range of water sports for everyone to try.
Things to see
Guests can explore the history and culture of the local area with visits to the museums during their stay. The hydro-electric museum shows visitors how water has been used to energy in historic as well as modern times, while the Vaujany Fauna Museum will fascinate you with its vibrant and colourful local species. For a further insight into this picturesque Alpine region there is also the Alpine Wildlife and Minerals Museum, which can be found in nearby Bourg d’Oisans.